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Unlock 3.0: Fitness centres to clean up their act to lure enthusiasts back

The centre gave gyms the nod to restart from August 5, as part of Unlock 3.0

Coronavirus | Home gym | Lockdown

Ranjita Ganesan  |  Mumbai 

Some state governments are yet to give their approval, and the official standard operating procedure (SOP) has not been shared still.
Some state governments are yet to give their approval, and the official standard operating procedure (SOP) has not been shared still.

People rarely associate CrossFit with subtlety. Yet, an understated air has affected Bengaluru resident Mamata Volvoikar whenever she has performed this high-intensity workout at home in the last four months. Her kicks and stretches are carefully placed to avoid knocking over potted plants in her apartment. “I am always worried what I might hit,” says the graphic designer. She jumps softly because the living room floor is hard and because it might disturb the people living downstairs. All this makes her miss the sense of freedom and space experienced in a but her trainers are not planning to reopen for at least another month.



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First Published: Tue, August 04 2020. 06:04 IST